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Masai Mara - North Conservancy

The Mara North Conservancy (MNC) is a stunning private wilderness area of more than 30,000 hectares (74,000 acres). The Conservancy is a vital part of the Masai Mara ecosystem as it forms the north-western zone, bordering the Masai Mara National Reserve in the south of Kenya.
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SERIAN - it is the charismatic bush home of Alex Walker, filmmaker and guide in the Masai Mara. An exclusive bush camp that flanks a secluded valley located alongside the Mara River. The private marquee tents overlook the river and are set in the shade of large walburgia trees that cover the site, a tranquil setting that borders one of the finest Game Reserves in the world.


ELEPHANT PEPPER CAMP - Situated right on the Northern Edge of the Masai Mara reserve this 8-tented bush camp is tucked away in a prime wildlife area. Surrounded by the Mara's ubiquitous game. The camp offers a unique, comfortable environment and is aptly named after the Warburgia Ugandense tree, which is commonly known as the Elephant Pepper tree


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The Conservancy is one of the most populated wildlife areas within the Masai Mara. It is home to the Leopard Gorge, a vital birthing and maternity ground for the big cats made world famous by the BBC's Big Cat Diary, as well as the scenic Lemek Hills, an important refuge to highly threatened African wild dogs. During the Loita Hills migration (December to May), thousands of local wildebeest come to the Mara North Conservancy.


KICHECHE MARA CAMP - A luxury wilderness camp in Kenya's Masai Mara. A wildlife haven for photographers and safari guests. Each tent is comfortably furnished with an en-suite bathroom and flushing toilet, low wattage lighting is supplied 24 hours. The majority of the 8 tents are in secluded positions overlooking the plains and nearby hills, while others are closer together for families or friends.


Located in Kenya adjacent to the Masai Mara National Reserve, this private conservancy is a ground breaking project of tourism benefiting conservation and community. With its high concentration of wildlife, and generous personal space and freedom on offer, visitors enjoy exceptional wildlife encounters. A home of the big cats, elephants, giraffe and wildebeest. Rare species such as Aardvark, Caracal, Serval cat, Aardwolf, and Ratel are occasionally found

MPATA SAFARI CLUB - Mpata Safari Club sits high on the edge of the Oloololo escarpment with panoramic views across the plains of the Masai Mara. The architecture of Mpata Safari Club Japanese in design. Guests stay in individual cottages well spaced along the top of the escarpment offering panoramic views. There are 11 suites and 12 deluxe units, each with separate bathroom, bedroom and verandah

OFFBEAT MARA CAMP - Is the traditional Safari at its very best- private and small; the camp offers excellent game viewing in one of the most famous Safari destinations in the world the serene and unspoilt Mara North Conservancy, and close access to the famous Masai Mara National Reserve. The camp sleeps just 12 guests in six traditional safari tents.

EXPLOREANS MARA RIANTA CAMP - is of the North Conservation Masai Mara Reserve. The luxury tented accommodation with all buildings are directly overlooking the Mara River which winds itself around the camp with gently flowing waters surrounded with wildlife and teeming with large groups of Hippos. consists of 20 luxury tents built on elevated wooden platforms which have their own private viewing deck from where hippo and other wildlife are regularly seen

SARUNI MARA - is a deluxe, intimate design lodge set in a conservation area bordering with the Masai Mara Game reserve. With accommodation for 12 guests in six spectacular cottages, it is set in a remote valley. Owner-hosted, Saruni offers a new concept of safari: the thrill of a real adventure lived in harmony with the Masai Warriors coupled with high standards of style and comfort.

Karen Blixen Camp in the Masai Mara is set on the bank of the Mara River the location is spectacular, with the great Mara plains behind the camp and the impressive escarpment and Mara River in front. Throughout the day, zebras, elephants and hippos come to drink from the river. Long gone are the days when staying in a tented camp meant roughing it.